There's the Dembell Motorhome with a Side Garage and the model with a Small Garage. The latest addition to the lineup was formally presented at the 2022 edition of the Dusseldorf Caravan Show and is now introduced to the general public via the video tour available below, with help from real-estate agent and content creator Enes Yilmazer.
It's the top-of-the-range model, the Large Garage one, in the Copper color scheme (Steel and Petrol are also available, with the same yacht-like feel). This particular unit was commissioned by and has since been delivered to a family of three from Germany. With a price tag of $1.5 million, it's the sleekest, most futuristic landyacht you'll likely see this week.
This Class A motorhome features two small slide-outs that add 30 square meters (323 square feet) of space to the living room and the kitchen. Its highest-selling point, though, is in the name: the cavernous garage that's designed to carry vehicles as long as 4 meters (13.1 feet), fully automated, and with a hidden washer and dryer unit on one of the walls.
Like in the smaller models from Dembell, the garage is equipped with hydraulic tracks that bring the vehicle from the parked position into the belly of the RV, as well as a hydraulic lift that elevates the ceiling height to accommodate higher vehicles. That means the bedroom that sits right above also goes up when that happens, but without losing its daily functionality.
The unit presented below is a good example of how Dembell makes luxury a standard. It offers plenty of interior space and a wide range of storage options (aside from the garage), extraordinary finishes, with smart tech throughout. Even the attention to detail on the exterior speaks of luxury, from the way every panel sits flush against the body to the magnetic close on the doors, the fold-out illuminated staircase, the 360-degree camera system, or the automated awning with built-in wind sensor.
Everything on this landyacht is meant to either make the driving experience smoother and easier or to elevate the experience of living onboard. Speaking of which, this model is designed with sleeping accommodation for four people, two in the fold-down double bunk above the cab and two in the master suite over the garage. Between these spaces is a modernist lounge area that doubles as living room and dining, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a bathroom, all decked in white, black, and copper in a combination of ceramic, metal, and plush fabrics.
The kitchen is illustrative of that. While it has the sleekest induction cooktop with an integrated vent, a hidden sink, and everything from a dishwasher drawer to a fridge and freezer and even a wine fridge, it's not the place you can easily picture the residents cooking family meals. Anyone who pays $1.5 million for an RV of this kind is probably the type that only eats out at 5-star Michelin restaurants. Not that this is a bad thing, but just to put everything into perspective.
This RV is also packed with tech. Every panel is heated, from the windows to the ceiling and the exterior roof of each of the two slide-outs. Everything onboard is automated, whether we're talking about the blinds or insect screens, the systems in the garage, or the flushing toilet. And everything is smart, including the doors to the wardrobe in the master suite, which open when you touch a sensor on the wall.